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No matter how amazing your clients and co-workers are, being in the office all day can burn you out. Sometimes you need to step out of the office and explore what others in your industry are doing to get a much-needed jolt of inspiration.
Have you seen this message before? Do you ignore it each time you login to your website?
When working with your agency’s creative team, have you ever found yourself looking skyward and saying something along the lines of:
We often find ourselves drawing a mental divide between the strategic, data-driven projects that consume our weekdays and the various creative outlets that fill our evenings and weekends.
In the last edition of “Straight Talk with Holly Huntley,” I invited readers to participate in a poll about jargon.
My new adventure in photography started with a Christmas gift—a Nikon 7500 DSLR camera—and one simple instruction from my daughter: “You must keep your camera
Recently, my mom found a stack of my old report cards from elementary school through high school. Together we took a trip down memory lane and reminisced as we read them.
Every year brings new obstacles and challenges.
Jargon. Are you tempted to use it or avoid at all cost? Love it or hate it, jargon can have a positive or negative impact on the effectiveness of your communications.
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